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  1. Spring cleaning here, looks like we purchased two of these and need one. Available for $425.00, and compare to $486.00 plus tax online with regular commercial vendors known to the forum. Completely unused and new-in-box with manual for installation, operation and maintenance. Manual includes German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, in case you're outside the USA or enjoy foreign languages as we do. Will ship FedEx once payment received. See photos (mfg screenshot, product shot) for additional specs from mfg and our own on-site photos of the unit for sale. You can read about the Flojet elsewhere in the forums here. If you don't have one or need another, here's a good option.
  2. Hello all, Starting a rum distillery in the next few months and we're doing a solera style identical to oloroso and other sherries and I'm trying to source equipment right now to pull the trigger in the next month or two. I've heard and read in several sources that in the sherry industry they use a siphon called an "octopus" that's able to pull from the upper barrels and distribute to the lower barrels evenly to move product through the solera. I've been googling like crazy over the last several months and for the life of me can't find such a device for sale. Does anyone in the community know where I could source one of these? Our solera will be small in the beginning so we don't need one that can do more than 4 barrels at a time on either end. Thanks!
  3. Have a Jabsco flexible impeller mash pump that keeps eating impellers. Put a new impeller (not cheap) on yesterday and pumped 140 degree mash through a 2" tube-in-tube heat exchange (took about 2 hours to get to pitching temp) and then pumped to the fermenter from the mash tun. Using 2 inch distillery hose. 10' hose from the mash tun drain to the pump input, 10' hose to the input of the heat exchanger, and 20' up into the manhole of the mash tun. Pump is 1.5" connections so have reducers on the pump input and output. Running the pump at half speed. Running a 28-gallon mash. Using exogenous enzymes and the consistency seems plenty thin. Grain is milled through a 1/8" sieve. Mash bill is 70% corn, 20% rye, 5% wheat and 5% barley. 1.065+ SG obtained. Fermentation is very happy. But lost three fins on the new impeller. We could hear them go pretty early in the beginning of the pumping start. This won't work. Any thoughts and ideas would be welcome. Also working with the dealer to get advice.
  4. Hey All, I had an issue with a pump we were using to transfer and recirculate alcohol at 99%. The pump started to rust after a few days and ruined a lot of product. Does anyone have any good suggestions for pumps rated for High Proof Alcohol that are explosion proof and food grade. I would like to get around 50gpm. Thanks.
  5. 2.5” Inoxpa Flexible Impeller Pump – 230 Volt / 3 Phase w/Accessories – Like New Condition Specifications: Pump – Inoxpa Type RF-30/65 No. I294202/1 – Year – 2018 Motor – Nord Inverter Duty Type SK132SP/4 No. 36512782 - Year - 2017 – 3 Phase / 7.5 HP Gearbox – Nord Drive Systems Type SK672.1-132SP/4 No. 202283146-100 / Year – 2018 Frequency Drive – Lenze Type ESV552N02TXF Power Cord – 25’ 4 Wire / 10 AWG Control – 3 Positions (Froward/Off/Reverse) & Variable Speed Control – 15’ Accessories: Hose – 2.5” with Band Clamps – 2 @ 15’ & 1 @ 10’ Clamps – 9 Each Gaskets – 10 each Elbows – 2 each @ 90 Degrees Reducers – 2 each 2.5” to 2” & 2 each 2.5” to 1.5” End Caps – 2 each All purchased new in September 2018 and used to process this year’s crush of 32 tons Paid $6900 for the lot and Selling for $6000
  6. Hello fellow distillers, Anyone use a manual pump to empty barrels? If yes, what type of pump do you use? We are looking for a more simple (and cheaper) way to empty barrels for bottling than the barrel gun with co2 injection. Thank you
  7. Hi there, We are making whisky with a grain-in process. The mash is pumped from the mash tun to the fermenter with a centrifugal pump and stays there without agitation. After a week the grain is settled at the bottom and the husk is floating dry at the top. It is a hell of a job to pump this to the still after it is settled. I am thinking about using a lobe pump but I am not sure this will work with the solid at the bottom. The other solution would be to add an agitator to keep the mash homogeneity. Does anyone ever had this problem with a grain-in process? Did you try a lobe pump or other solution? Thanks!
  8. I am trying to figure out an inexpensive way to pump how water to and from our hot water holding tanks (to fill lauder tun and sparge etc). I know the water temps will be about 150-170 F in the hot water holding tanks and probably 180-190 F when heating up sparge water from the mash tun to the lauder tun. I currently have a 20 GPM Jabsco Flexible Impeller Pump for hot mash and i know its limits are 175 F MAX. Another reason i would like a pump that can handle hotter temps is when i need to pump hot backset from the still. I do not have a budget but am looking for some solutions that won't break the bank. Thanks in advance!
  9. Hi, we are looking for a screw pump or stator type pump that can handle stone fruits like plums. thanks, Murat
  10. Hi, we are looking for a screw pump or stator type pump that can handle stone fruits like plums. thanks, Murat
  11. 1.5"x 1.5" (improved pressure capability) 1-25gpm, 30psi, Stainless steel cart, Wireless remote control, 1.5hp, 1750 TEFC motor, NEMA 4 VFD, 1ph 230V with L6-20 locking plug. Used lightly for less than 1-year and just refurbished for sale with a new impeller and rings. We grew out of it and replaced it with a larger pump. New models are $2,899, we are offering it for $2,600 + shipping from Virginia and handling paid for by the buyer. We accept credit cards, but buyer pays 3% processing fee. If paid by check, will not ship until check clears. On-site pickups welcome.
  12. FOR SALE: 2 HP-3 phase Variable speed, Centrifugal pump made by Schenley. 2 hp wash down Sterling motor. Stainless impeller and all parts that come in contact w/ mash. Fittings are 2" inlet and 11/2" Tri-clamp outlets. Works great and is in good shape(new tires and super clean). It moves liquids and less thick mashes. Its three years old -We used it lightly for two years and 3 days a week for this past year. We paid 4k for the unit asking $2200- FOB 29403. Happy to put on a pallet for shipping. email drew@highwiredistilling.com for questions or more pics/specs. Thanks for looking.
  13. kleclerc77

    FIP Pumps

    I am looking for a pump similar to ones I've used before. I am looking for a mobile, variable, 3hp FIP pump with 2" fittings and cannot seem to find one. In my search, I am directed to companies that have one or two FIPs that don't quite fit our specifications. Is there a place with a larger catalog of pumps, or somewhere I can get a pump fitting these specifications? Thanks!
  14. New eccentric screw pump. Couldn't use due to inability to provide electrical supply. 3 phase and set up to work with VFD. Has variable speed control. Perfect condition. Over $4500 new. Asking $3800
  15. SOLD We are currently in the process of switching our distillation equipment to focus more on our farm and micro-malting facility instead of contract distilling. This equipment would be an incredible package for contract distilling, a distillery looking to expand, or a winery/distillery. Individual equipment prices are listed below. The entire package is listed at. We will consider any and all offers. Please feel free to PM, reply, or email adam.stumpf (at) stumpysspirits.com with any questions or for pics. - Continuous Column Still - 40 plate continuous column still that includes boiler with steam heat exchanger, wash pre-heater, 2 columns, condenser, and piping. The still is broken up into 2 15' columns that are 12" in diameter to save on ceiling height. Still has ability to fractionate. Still is currently being used to strip low wines. Stripping 8% wash at 25+ gallons per hour of distillate at ~110 proof. Still was previously used to run apple brand and produced 15 gallons per hour of 160 proof hearts. Pressure relief valve, pressure gauge, and thermos included. - 650 Gallon Pot Still w/ 5 Plate Column - Heated via steam coil. Pneumatic agitator. 4" bottom drain and 2" side drain. Copper dephlegmator at top of column. All stainless construction. Column has structured copper mesh. Also have copper sheet to place behind steam coils for spirit runs. Will include ~75 lb of copper sheet with the still. Comes with 3 condensers. Currently running small 316 stainless condenser that does just fine. Also have 2 larger 304 condensers. Capable of hitting vodka proof in 3 runs.Still outfitted with pressure relief valve, pressure gauge, and thermos. - 1,000 Gallon Mash Tun - 1,000 Gallon Pfaudler tank with 2hp 220 3 phase agitator. 6" drain reduced to 4" reduced to 1.5". Steam jacket. Cooling jacket. Hinged lid. Ladder. CIP ball. As bottom supports for false bottom (false bottom not included). On mild steel stand. - 950 Gallon Variable Capacity Fermenter - Spokane Industries tank. Variable capacity lid w/ good gasket. Air lock, 2" bottom drain, 2" fill port, thermowell w/ thermometer, aeration port, sample port, sloped bottom, dimpled cooling jacket. Stainless construction and sits on mild steel stand. - 800 Gallon Fermenter - Stainless construction with stainless legs. Hinged lid, CIP ball, dished bottom, 1.5" drain, side mounted prop agitator (no motor included), single wall. - Mash Cooling System - Kiesel SP 12 Eccentric Screw Pump, 16' 4" high temp hose, 2 8' sections 4" high temp hose, 2 5' 4" shell in tube heat exchangers - 1,500 Gallon Pasco Poly Tanks - I have 2 of these. Have top and bottom stainless manways as well as 3" and 1.5" tri clamp ports. - GAI 500 Rotary Filler - SOLD - OMB ET 1500 Pressure Sensitive Labeler - SOLD
  16. I am looking to sell a baldor industrial motor (product pump) . has only been used once. spec. 34-1297-283 rpm 3450 volts 208-230/460 HP 1 1/2 THIS THING IS POWERFUL. looking for 1200$
  17. Has anyone else had difficulty getting equipment delivered on time? Or even in the realm of on time? What about quality issues? Equipment delivered that was essentially not manufactured correctly and working properly or parts missing? Customer service that disappears right after the sales part of it? I feel like there's got to be others out there who have dealt with this from supposedly reputable manufacturers. It's beginning to feel like an epidemic of everything that I purchase. I do my research and talk with references, etc. It literally doesn't seem to help.
  18. We're one big step away from being physically operational - the chilled water loop. After getting back a couple bids that were well over double what we'd budgeted, we've decided to take this one on ourselves. Right now, I've got one big question, but I'm sure there will be plenty more. The question is ... Do I need pumps on the return line to get the water back to the holding tank? Let me explain the system to help you better answer the question: The chilled water will be stored in a 3000 gallon poly tank that sits outdoors. The water will be chilled by a 35 ton glycol chiller and heat exchangerWater pumped from holding tank ---> into heat exhanger (with glycol loop on the other side of the heat-x) ---> then out to the distillery equipment ---> then returning back to the holding tank We have 8 pieces of equipment that need chilled water:​ 500 Gallon Vendome Pot Still (Dephlegmator and Condenser) 22' Dehner Continuous Still (Dephlegmator and Condenser) 1000 Gallon Jacketed Mash Cooker (Steam Sparged) (5) U-Jacketed Letina Fermentation Tanks Mike Gronski is helping me with the main pump and heat exchanger. I'm planning on a 3" main chilled water line. We will "drop" off of this main line to each piece of equipment. Depending on the pressure of the main pump, we may add pressure reducers before each piece of equipment. To keep everything nice and clean, everything needs to run overhead just like the steam pipe. The return lines also need to run overhead ... otherwise I'd let gravity take care of the issue. So ... Do I need pumps on the return line to get the water back to the holding tank? If so, any recommendations? And I'm all ears to everyone's 2 cents on the whole system. Big thanks in advance for any advice. I'm sure I'll have more questions as we get into this. P.S. Don't try to drag-and-drop pictures onto a post. Your browser will simply open the picture ... in the same window/tab that you've been diligently writing your post in ... and you will have to start everything all over.
  19. I'm looking to filter vodka through multiple filters before adding flavors but need guidance on what type of pump I need. I'm going from a 53 gallon barrel to a pump and then through multiple filters before being dumped into another barrel. I will be a small operation so it does not have to be super strong but need something to get the product through the filters. My main concern is sanitation since the alcohol will physically go through the pump. Do I need a special food grade pump or something? Will any pump from a hardware store do? Suggestions? Brands? Thanks guys!
  20. I have 2 used Armstrong water pumps for sale. $100 each OR BEST OFFER. They were used in a hot water process in an industrial plant and all worked perfectly when removed last year. Pump heads are carbon steel and are Armstrong model 4270-06. Motors are Baldor .33HP 115/230 Volt single phase. Pumps sat under a barn lean to and will need to be pulled apart and cleaned up but should work perfectly fine. I am using 3 just like these in my operation. Here is a link to the pump model on Armstrong's site: http://armstrongfluidtechnology.com/en/products/4270-and-4270-stock-motor-mounted-pump Please email adam.stumpf@stumpysspirits.com for more info Thanks, Adam
  21. I have 4 Spirax Sarco steam pumps, one of which is pictured below. These were pulled out of a plant in the KC area and were working perfectly when removed. I no longer need them for the project I was working on. Asking $250 each.
  22. Hi I am looking for a 4 to 6HP pump. Portable. Needs a variable speed drive. 60PSi and 130GPM with 2in discharge.
  23. Hey all, I'm sourcing a "Do-All" pump for my small distillery (325 cases/year) I will not be mashing so I dont need to move any really viscous fluids. I only really need it for moving honey wine (mead) from the fermenters (200L) to the still (250L) or holding tanks (300L), moving alcohol around the facility, recirculating and pumping through the filters. I've got a HUGE compressor built into my building and all the power in the world (heavy 3 phase down to 110) so either electric or air works. My main concern right now is initial cost and use of operation. I'd like to use the pump to move gin and vodka and some natural infusions with minimal down time between products that doesnt cost $2500. Any ideas or personal recommendations? Dave
  24. This system was acquired in 2012 and has been used about eight times. It is essentially new and in excellent condition. It includes a 7.5 hp motor, gearbox and Waukesha Cherry-Burrell SPX positive displacement pump. Asking $12,500. Model: 060-UII Capacity per rev: 0.153 Gal. (0.579 Liter) Flow rate (nominal): 90 GPM (20.4 m³/hr.) Max Pressure: 300 PSI (20.7 bar) Features and Benefits Bi-directional flow Large diameter shafts for greater strength & stiffness Rotor/shaft connection sealed from the product zone Extended-life outer seal Mechanical seals standard 316 pump body standard; 316L pump body optional Heavy-duty bearing frame; stainless steel bearing frame optional Non-galling Waukesha "88" alloy rotors for tighter running clearances and higher efficiencies Additional options: CIP capability, free draining body and cover for side mounted applications, seal flushing, steam-in-place, aseptic version Maximum pressure: 200-500 psi (13.8-34.5 bar), depending on model Temperature range: -40° F (-40° C) to 300° F (149° C)
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